“Maybe, if I can come out to people as though it’s nothing more than a fact of life, I can convince myself to be comfortable in my life… If enough queer people can be comfortable in their truth, maybe we can create a culture where I don’t have to worry about who I come out to.”
“Paige in Full” at the Alliance Theatre is a powerful one woman show that tackles themes of race, nationality, identity, feminism and self expression. Paige Hernandez uses hip-hop and movement work to tell her own story about growing up in Baltimore. Trial after trial, the audience sees how she uses dance as a way to save her own life and mind.
Teen staffer Aryanna Brown, 17, reassures readers that it is okay that they don’t have their future figured out just yet, as life is only beginning.
Overall, Afropunk’s 2018 festival lineup delivers on its promise of diversity and innovation, as well as sets an unprecedented standard for musical and creative excellence.
When VOX ATL visited the GCAPP Empowerment Summit, here’s what teens had to say regarding identity.
A little-known Georgia code, OCGA 21-2-215, says your high school must provide you with the opportunity to register to vote. Does yours? VOX ATL reporter, and first-time voter, Maya Martin investigates.
Walking into the press screening, I was praying that I wasn’t going to watch another subpar movie about progressing the black movement that failed to break any new ground. I am ecstatic to announce that my prayers were answered.
VOX ATL reporters Mack, Chris and Nicole debate on the future of the DC Extended Universe. Will DC ever get it together and actually compete with the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
I believe survivors, and my personal experience of living as a young woman in a culture where rape exists as a systematic weapon of power and control is all the evidence I need.
VOX ATL reporters Brooklyn and Christina interviewed actor TJ Wright about his role in the movie “The Hate U Give.” Watch as they discuss playing in this emotional drama and the impact he hopes the movie makes.